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  • Writer's picturePaul Condello

A Support System

Christians need to support each other.

For example, if a Christian sees that a coworker is being made fun of for mentioning their faith during a coffee break, then that Christian will want to bring up that they share their coworker’s faith.

A central tenant of reviving Christianity will involve Christians supporting each other. For example, if a Christian sees that a coworker is being made fun of for mentioning their faith during a coffee break, then that Christian will want to bring up that they share their coworker’s faith. This should hold true in other contexts, such as school.


Christians also shouldn’t support a political party whose constituents tend to disdain Christianity. For example, political constituents who disdain Christianity can be involved in anti-religious special interest groups that try to limit religious freedom. Even if a Christian likes some of the ideas of a party, they should consider how helping to support that party would ultimately affect themselves and other Christians, including Christian children.


Christians want to watch out for each other, and in public, this involves watching out for each other at work, at school, in politics, and other spheres of life where a Christian might need a helping hand against some form of bias or discrimination. This support should be friendly but still strong and unwavering. Even one or two Christians who support a brother or sister in need can make a big difference.


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tashfea01
Nov 27, 2021

We Christians should ideally support everything and every one preaching the right thing that does not cause a stir among people. Especially, we see many a times that someone around us asserting their faith is mocked at. And we should stand firm in our teaching of being the support system for the right, for Christianity.

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Jasmine Hewitt
Jasmine Hewitt
Oct 04, 2021

The idea of support just makes sense-if you agree and share viewpoints, why not fully support one another?

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freeway909
Aug 29, 2021

We are all we got. As Christians, we shouldn't support political parties that do not stand for Christ-like values. We should always think of the future demerits of supporting them to the body of Christ.

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mikaelab123
Aug 27, 2021

"Christians also shouldn’t support a political party whose constituents tend to disdain Christianity. For example, political constituents who disdain Christianity can be involved in anti-religious special interest groups that try to limit religious freedom. Even if a Christian likes some of the ideas of a party, they should consider how helping to support that party would ultimately affect themselves and other Christians, including Christian children." This is an interesting statement. I suppose different Christians might interpret different political parties or figures to be more or less Christian depending on their interpretation of the bible. Just a lot of interesting things to think about in this article!

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